Definitions for "Interpretation"
The act of interpreting; explanation of what is obscure; translation; version; construction; as, the interpretation of a foreign language, of a dream, or of an enigma.
The sense given by an interpreter; exposition or explanation given; meaning; as, commentators give various interpretations of the same passage of Scripture.
The act or process of applying general principles or formulæ to the explanation of the results obtained in special cases.
The power or explaining.
The result of conceiving or explaining the meaning of.
Conclusions drawn after taking into account the context of an artwork.
a judgment or opinion about what is observed
a map assigning to each propositional variable one of the two truth values true and false
a mapping from sentence names to truth values
The process of conveying one spoken or signed language into another. Interpretation is performed “live” and “on-the-fly.
of international labour standards may only be authoritatively given by the International Court of Justice. Further information concerning the International Labour Office and its supervisory bodies
a presentation or portrayal of information altered in order to conform to a specific language
In psychoanalysis, a key procedure in which the psychoanalyst points out to the patient where resistance exists and what certain dreams and verbalizations reveal about impulses repressed in the unconscious; more generally, any statement by a therapist that construes the client's problem in a new way.
The manner in which a performer carries out a composer's performance directions.
The personal and creative element in the performance of music, which, as in drama, depends on a middleman between the composer and the audience. The player or conductor, while studying a composition, absorbs it and, consciously or unconsciously, models it according to his own general ideas and taste. A personal interpretation is the performer's great privilege, granted him by the composer.
The process of inferring, or determining the identity or nature of objects and patterns that appear as images on photographs, or other forms of remotely sensed imagery.
an effort to make some sort of sense of what you have read
a way of playing a piece that makes sense musically and emotionally
the production of an accurate model of the subsurface structures which conforms with the constraints of the available geological, seismic, gravity, magnetic and other datasets. (see Qualitative and Quantitative Interpretation) back
The process of adapting a resource construct from the integrated resources to satisfy a requirement of an application protocol. This may involve the addition of restrictions on attributes, the addition of constraints, the addition of relationships among resource constructs and application constructs, or all of the above [ISO 10303-1: 1994].
An interpretation of a Boolean expression is a set of constraints that contains precisely one constraint for each variable in the vocabulary of the expression.
An artist's way of expressing his thought or embodying his conception of nature.
the act of interpreting something as expressed in an artistic performance; "her rendition of Milton's verse was extraordinarily moving"
a matter of federal law, the Act is founded on common law concepts subject to explicit statutory qualifications
a global point of view for circuit behavior which selects a single value for every cell, a coherent overall framework for circuit behavior, and a single mechanism graph
An intellectual process in which you select, gather, and reassemble information and evidence within the framework of your own ideas.
the diagnostic evaluation of a skilled radiologist after viewing the images obtained through a radiologic procedure.
An individual singer's stylistic treatment of a song.
Having documented a find (described what you see), the next step in your investigation is to make an interpretation. Now you determine what this object has been and what it has been used for. Sometimes the interpretation is a guesswork. Sometimes you test your theories with a reconstruction.
Either an exclusive or tandem interpretation. Any record beginning with an asterisk (*). Further information.
The extraction of information from an image.
The process of educating visitors to national parks and other recreation facilities through the use of marked trails, signs, etc.
Keywords:  choices, actor
actor's choices.
Keywords:  answer, question, way
a way to answer that question
Keywords:  declaration, see
See Declaration.
Keywords:  simultaneous, see
See simultaneous Interpretation.
Keywords:  compilation, see
See Compilation/Interpretation.
An assignment of a "real-world" measurement to the value of a mathematical variable, including the units of measurement.
a model of a basic program if it is a model of the associated set of formulas
Keywords:  report, see
See " Report."